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white hot fudge sauce recipeI am writing this while watching Friday Night Lights on my ipad and waiting for Hurricane Sandy to hit. Hopefully, we will have power when this post goes live on Thursday but just in case, I wanted to make sure that I didn’t miss Week 6.

I have a serious love of cookbooks. I used to read novels in bed, but these days, I read cookbooks. I am very lucky to be sent review copies of cookbooks when they are released. But even with all of the books sent to me, I still buy my fair share of books because I love them so much. I have so many great books on my shelf. One of my favorite times of my day is in the afternoon. I make a cup of coffee and flip through a cookbook for a few minutes before the afternoon gets crazy.

If I was ever going to write a cookbook, it would most likely be a book about vanilla. I could skip chocolate all together and only eat vanilla. There are very few things that makes me happier than seeing gorgeous black flecks in my desserts. I think that vanilla gets a bad wrap. Turns out, I don’t need to write this book because somebody already wrote it. And did a much better job than I ever could. This White Hot Fudge Sauce comes from Shauna Sever and her new book, Pure Vanilla. This sauce includes three of my favorite things on the planet. Marshmallow creme, white chocolate, and vanilla bean paste. It is pure heaven over vanilla ice cream, and would be gorgeous over a bowl of chocolate. This book has great recipes and gorgeous pictures. It deserves to be on your shelf.

white hot fudge sauce recipe1 (7.5-ounce) jar marshmallow creme
3 ounces high quality white chocolate, chopped
1/4 cup light corn syrup
2 Tablespoons heavy cream
1/4 teaspoon sea salt
1 teaspoon vanilla bean paste

white hot fudge sauce recipeAdd marshmallow creme, white chocolate, corn syrup, cream, and salt to a heatproof bowl.

white hot fudge sauce recipeSet the bowl over a pan of simmering water. Stir until everything is melted and smooth.

white hot fudge sauce recipeTake the bowl off of the heat and stir in vanilla bean paste. Stir to combine.

white hot fudge sauce recipePour the sauce into jars. I decorated mine with small doilies and some bakers twine. This sauce keeps in the fridge for one week.

white hot fudge sauce recipe

White Hot Fudge

White Hot Fudge

Ingredients

  • 1 (7.5-ounce) jar marshmallow creme
  • 3 ounces high quality white chocolate, chopped
  • 1/4 cup light corn syrup
  • 2 Tablespoons heavy cream
  • 1/4 teaspoon sea salt
  • 1 teaspoon vanilla bean paste

Instructions

  1. Add marshmallow creme, white chocolate, corn syrup, cream, and salt to a heatproof bowl.
  2. Set the bowl over a pan of simmering water. Stir until everything is melted and smooth.
  3. Take the bowl off of the heat and stir in vanilla bean paste. Stir to combine.
  4. Pour the sauce into jars. I decorated mine with small doilies and some bakers twine. This sauce keeps in the fridge for one week.
http://bakedbree.com/white-hot-fudge-sauce

Week 6 of 12 Weeks of Christmas Treats hosted by Meal Planning Magic.

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55 Responses to White Hot Fudge Sauce [Week 6 of 12 Weeks of Chrismas Cookies]

  1. Rachel Cooks says:

    This is so classy and looks delicious!

  2. Love this one, Bree! This recipe is completely my holiday style :)

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  4. SO cool! I love it! And I am a big white chocolate fan :)

  5. Ooh I’m totally with you on the vanilla front! Vanilla flavoured or vanilla scented anything gets my vote everytime. I absolutely love this recipe! How clever is Shauna?! But thank you for sharing it with us :) I’m off to buy her book now…. I really hope Sandy wasn’t too rough on you.

  6. Somebody give me a spoon! I’m totally in love!

  7. Such a pretty presentation! I love the color of the spoon + twine :)

    I’ve always been a chocoholic, but trying more recipes and desserts with vanilla bean has vanilla slowly creeping up there towards chocolate territory for me!

  8. Dawn says:

    This looks so amazing and original! Thanks for sharing!

  9. My mouth is literally watering, this sounds so good!

  10. Incredible! And your pictures are absolutely stunning!

  11. You are so lucky to have gotten a copy of Pure Vanilla. I love cookbooks too, but between cookbooks, magazines, interest, foodgawker, and the blogs I follow, I just can’t keep up with al the recipes; I want to bake from everything. I’m hoping to get Pure Vanilla for Christmas or my birthday, maybe. It looks like such a fantastic book :)

    I’m not even a fan of white chocolate and your pictures are making me want some right about now :)

  12. Absolutely Gorgeous.

    Can’t wait to make this over the holidays to give away. mmmmmmmmm

  13. Kristen says:

    White chocolate is my favorite stuff, ever. In fact, I confuse the barista’s at starbucks all the time because I don’t like their mocha but like their white chocolate mochas… so good!
    This is going on my must make list ASAP!

    • bakedbree says:

      You are in luck then! This is so good. I love white chocolate too. It is sort of a polarizing ingredient and I cannot understand why.

  14. Bree, I just saw this on Pinterest and immediately started drooling. I’m a HUGE white chocolate fan and this sounds perfect!!! Thanks for posting this…I’m sure it will be become a new addiction!

  15. Ok This IS AMAZING!!! I have never seen this before and I want to eat a gallon of it right now!!! Thanks for sharing!

  16. Omg… I saw this on FB last night and just about died. This stuff is probably pretty addictive!

  17. robbin says:

    This is such a great alternative to chocolate sauce–I can’t wait to try it. Like you, I love, love, love vanilla.

  18. What a neat idea. I bet this would be great paired with regular hot fudge sauce over any dessert.

  19. Alida says:

    I love white chocolate! This is such an original and good idea. Thanks for sharing!

  20. Wow, I am definitely going to try this! I have never heard of white hot fudge, but I am incredibly intrigued. Thanks for sharing!

  21. I love how you decorated the jar and the ingredients in this sauce combined sound yummy.

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  23. Kim Bee says:

    This is insanely gorgeous. I must try it. Can’t wait to meet you later this week.

  24. Celine says:

    This turned out wonderfully! I ended up doubling the heavy cream to make it more pourable. It tastes amazing. Thank you for the great recipe!

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  27. Linda says:

    Will b trying graham cracker candy tomorrow. I read through this recipe cause I’m a white chocolate fan. Don’t have any bean paste on hand but will look for it next visit to commissary. Have you tried using Marshmallow Fluff? It’s a New England favorite and is available primarily in northeast US. There are only 4 ingredients so it doesn’t leave aftertaste. In my opinion Kraft creme can’t hold a candle to Fluff. Of course if you’ve never tried Fluff you don’t know what you’ve been missing.

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  31. Shinobi says:

    Thanks for the recipe !

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